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Old 27-06-2014, 11:34   #1
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1977 Allied Princess Ketch

LOCATION: New Smyrna Beach, FL
PRICE: $39,500.00

Specifications:
Overall length: 36'
Waterline length: 27'6"
Beam: 11'
Displacement: 14,400 pounds
Ballast: 5000 pounds lead
Draft: 4'6"
Keel style: modified full
Fuel: 37-70 gallons (most 40)
Water: 60-100 gallons (most 80)
Sail area: ketch: 604 s.f.
Headroom: 6'4"
Designer: Edmunds
Theoretical hull speed: 7.027 knots
Displacement to waterline length ratio: 309.112
Beam to length ratio: .306
Sail area to displacement ratio: 16.361
Capsize screening value: 1.81 (A lower value indicates a more stable boat; the screening value must be under 2.00 in order to be offshore-capable)
The Princess 36, built by Allied Boat Company in Catskill, New York, is a robust character ketch that does not pretend to be anything other than a simple, comfortable blue-water cruising boat. For a boat of its size and era, the Princess has a very roomy interior with standing headroom well over 6 feet.
The Princess, thanks to its shoal-draft keel, is a near-perfect family cruising boat for skinny-water cruising grounds like Chesapeake Bay, the Florida Keys, or the Bahamas. It will serve admirably, too, as a coastal cruiser in any deep-water locale. With its stout construction and easy motion it is also an excellent blue-water cruiser.
Waterbird was just hauled out June, 2014, for a complete bottom job including a new: cutlass bearing, transmission, dripless stuffing box, shaft coupler, air conditioner.
She has a Lectra San system, desalinization equipment, Television, you name it!
All of her systems are working properly, and she is in great shape for her age.
Waterbird comes with many sailing accessories and extra parts. She has a new Windless, Roller Furling system, canvas and varnish. She us un Bristol Condition (almost! everyone abuses that description!)
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Old 23-08-2014, 05:33   #2
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Re: 1977 Allied Princess Ketch

Where did you have your decks redone and what products did you use? I need to do the same to mine.
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Old 23-08-2014, 14:27   #3
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Re: 1977 Allied Princess Ketch

Painted with unipoxy about three years ago and holding up very well. I clean with a Jamestown product I think called Super Clean. (Not sure of nam, sorry)


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Old 23-08-2014, 19:23   #4
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Re: 1977 Allied Princess Ketch

One of the nicer interiors that I have seen. I have always heard great things about the Allied boats. Very reasonably priced.
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Old 25-08-2014, 07:56   #5
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Thanks. My favorite. The second Allied Princess for me. Love the boat. Being in Florida, I need months to cruise to get anywhere, wherever, and the time is not there right now. I'll be a charterer for a while!
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Thank you for the information on the products you used on your decks and non-skid. Very nice looking! I owned a Princess for 7 years and then sold her due to a change in family status. I have now bought a Mistress and she needs the decks re-painted. So if you have any more information please send it. Thanks.
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